[arch-general] Kernel verbosity

Sudaraka Wijesinghe sudaraka.wijesinghe at gmail.com
Wed Jul 18 11:18:14 EDT 2012

On 07/18/2012 08:32 PM, martin kalcher wrote:
> Am 18.07.2012 16:02, schrieb Sudaraka Wijesinghe:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm playing with a custom kernel just for the fun of it, Everything
>> works fine except it's very noisy when it boots. I'm using the same
>> loglevel (4) as the default kernel that is in the Arch repo. And I have
>> turned off many debug options under kernel hacking section.
>> It does quiet down when I add the "quiet" parameter to the kernel
>> command line.
>> What I was wondering is how the Arch kernel is keeping it quiet without
>> using the command line parameter (quiet), is it using a patch for that
>> or something?
>> Thanks,
>> P.s.
>> Messages I get are hardware probing, state changes and file system
>> mount, etc.
> Do you use systemd? Have a look here:
> https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Systemd#Q:_Why_do_I_get_log_messages_on_my_console.3F

No, I'm using initscripts, and it does quiet down when I use the kernel
command line parameter as explained in there, but I was wondering how
default Arch kernel is doing it without the command line parameter.

Thanks for the reply.

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